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I’ve made a loose port of Tango Dark, which was originally done for gedit, and authored by Paolo Maggi.
You’ll need to edit your "Uedit32.INI" file…so please make a backup first.
Please open the file with UltraEdit.
Below [user_name] generically representing the User Account, in which you wish to edit settings for.
"Uedit32.INI" is typically found in:
C:\Documents and Settings\[user_name]\Application Data\IDMComp\UltraEdit\
With the file open in UltraEdit press CTRL+F and search for "User Color Schemes", once found make the below suggested changes. If "User Color Schemes" is not found then press CTRL+END so that you are now at the last line entry of the INI file and then past in everything contained in the CODE block below plus one blank line afterwards.
General Editor Scheme
[User Color Schemes]
1=Tango Dark Alt;13621203;3552302;15527662;8751752;13621203;2631458;8081525;0;13621203;0;13621203;3552302;0;164;0;1776151;0;5461845;0;1776151
After having made the above changes press CTRL+S to save the file. Now from the menu’s select "View\Set Colors…". A dialog should now be displayed, please select ether of the new Tango Dark base scheme’s, primary difference between the two is a lighter or darker colored active line background. The ALT version being the one with the darker background.
Note there is a bug in the dialog which has it selecting the last scheme available, rather than the proper one.
Next press CTRL+F and search for "Language * Colors" with regular expressions enabled. For each Language Color scheme paste in the values in the below CODE block for "Colors \ Colors Auto Back \ Colors Back \ Font Style".
Additionally four posts down I outline how to use a regular expression Search and Replace that will alter all occurrences.
[Language 14 Colors]
Colors Auto Back=1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,
If there are no occurrences of "Language * Colors" then proceed to press CTRL+END to arrive at the end of the document and then paste the above CODE block followed with blank line afterwards. Be sure to edit the numeric value each time, starting at 1-13 plus any additional values to correspond with values added in your "wordfile.uew".
Once done please press CTRL+S to save the file, and you are now done.